GotTechED the Podcast
Episode #65 16 EdTech Tools for the New School Year
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Welcome back to GotTechED the podcast this is episode 65 called 16 EdTech Tools for the New School Year. We always start the new school year with an episode devoted to the coolest new edtech we learned about over the summer and this is that episode. So why not start off your new school year with some passion and inspiration by tuning in .. this is one episode you don’t want to miss.
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